The Chakras & Stones For Beginners
The popularity of healing stones
Healing crystals are becoming increasingly popular, with people using gemstones to balance energies and become more attuned to their body and mind.
Crystals have been used for thousands of years, with ancient people using them for magical and spiritual powers. Although there is no evidence to show that crystal healing works and is not a form of medicine, more and more people are being open to trying the possible benefits that crystals bring.
Crystals are believed to hold vibrational energy and believed to transmit this energy to you and balance your emotional, physical and spiritual energies.
Below you'll be able to find out more about chakras, as well as discover our chakra round beads, a chakra collection and exciting jewellery ideas that you can easily create yourself, without any need of jewellery making experience.
What is chakra?
Chakra is an ancient meditation practice and originates from an old Sanskrit word, translating to 'wheel'. Chakra represents the 7 chakras around your body, with 7 different centres of energy. Each chakra is connected to one area of the body and an emotional state. It is believed that by balancing these energies your emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing will benefit.
How do I use chakra healing stones?
Choose your favourite gemstones linked to the chakras and use them to re-tune your chakras and balance your energies.
There are several ways to use the stones in everyday life, here are some examples:
- Wear the stones as jewellery over the chakra locations
- Meditate with the stones
- Keep a stone in your pocket or on your person
- Add them to your bath water
- Sleep with the stone under your pillow or next to your bed
Why not use your favourite chakra coloured stones and turn them into beautiful pieces of jewellery you can wear every day!
Here at Kernowcraft you will find a huge range of high quality gemstones and all the tools and supplies you need. Not only that, you will find lots of free tutorials and guides, as well as beginner friendly jewellery making kits which you can easily customise with your favourite gems.
We've created a collection filled with all of the coloured gemstones linked to the 7 chakras!
Discover our colourful round chakra beads, available in 2 sizes for you to create various chakra inspired jewellery designs, including beaded necklaces, earring drops and bracelets.
Each coloured gemstone represents one of the seven chakras - so there's no need to source multiple gemstones for your chakra designs! The gemstones included in the strand includes red agate, peach aventurine, tiger's eye, green aventurine, magnesite, sodalite and amethyst.
Discover chakra jewellery making project ideas suitable for beginners! You'll learn how to make a memory wire bracelet, wire wrapped earrings and a bead bar necklace. Plus you'll find all the tools and supplies you need right here with Kernowcraft.
These beautiful chakra gemstone bead bracelets are strung on elastic for an instant ready-to-wear bracelet. Each bracelet consists of a multi-gemstone strand of round beads featuring all seven chakra colours.
This complete set of seven chakra tumbled polished stones come in a velour drawstring pouch, a perfect gift for a crystal lover or treat for yourself. The pack includes crystal quartz, amethyst, sodalite, rose quartz, green aventurine, tiger's eye and red agate.
Provides the foundations of your being, keeps you grounded and confident.
Location: Base of the spine and tailbone
Colours: Red or black
Helps find a connection with others and brings happiness, pleasure and creativity.
Location: Lower abdomen
Featured jewellery design: A carnelian briolette bead hangs beautifully from Flex-Rite jewellery wire, find out more about this technique here
Solar Plexus Chakra
Helps us be confident and in control of our actions.
Location: Upper abdomen
Allows us to open our heart to love, compassion and joy.
Location: Centre of the chest, just above the heart
Colour: Green or pink
Featured jewellery design: In this project, we've combined peridot cabochons and beads for an eye catching design, all that's needed is a simple wire wrapping technique which you can learn more about here.
Brow or Third Eye Chakra
Allows us to be more aware of the world and focus on the bigger picture.
Location: Forehead, between the eyes
The highest chakra represents our spirituality, our visions and helps us reach a higher state of consciousness.
Location: Top of the head
Colour: Violet or white
Here's a lovely example of combining all of the chakra coloured gemstones to create an everyday piece of jewellery you can cherish.
This design is handmade by Diane at Dainty Rocks, we chat more about her jewellery making story and pretty designs in an interview over on our blog.
Explore More Jewellery Making Supplies With Kernowcraft
- Crystal Basics, How To Use Crystals For Wellbeing & Spiritual Harmony - Brenda Rosen
- The Illustrated Directory Of Healing Crystals, A Comprehensive Guide To 150 Crystals & Gemstones - Cassandra Eason
Also in this section:
- The Chakras & Stones For Beginners
- Top Gemstones For Love & Valentine's Day
- 5 Gemstones To Wear On Your Travels
- Mohs Hardness Scale, Gemstone Durability & Jewellery Making
- Top 10 Affordable Gemstones For Jewellery Making
- Your Guide To Anniversary Gemstones & Jewellery Making
- Your Guide To Birthstones & Birthstone Jewellery
- Discover Rare Cornish Turquoise
- Garnet: The January Birthstone
- Amethyst: The February Birthstone
- Aquamarine: The March Birthstone
- Diamond: The April Birthstone
- Emerald: The May Birthstone
- Pearl: The June Birthstone
- Ruby: The July Birthstone
- Peridot: The August Birthstone
- Sapphire: The September Birthstone
- Opal: The October Birthstone
- Topaz: The November Birthstone
- Turquoise: The December Birthstone
- Types Of Diamonds For Jewellery Making
- Lapis Lazuli, The Stone For Truth & Communication
- Types Of Agate Stones For Jewellery Making
- What Are Precious & Semi-Precious Stones?
- Watermelon Tourmaline For Jewellery Making
- 6 Stones For Alternative Engagement Rings
- Rare Tanzanite For Jewellery Making
- Top Neon Gemstones For Jewellery Making
- Gemstones For Your Inner Mermaid
- 5 Spiritual Crystals To Help Your Mind & Body
- Rose Quartz, The Love Stone
- What Are Drusy Gemstones?
- What Is A Boulder Opal & How Do We Source Them
- Alexandrite: A Colour Changing Gemstone
- All About Our Natural Untreated Turquoise
HAVE A QUESTION?
If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with our friendly team who will be more than happy to give you advice over email or on the phone.
You can learn more and find inspiration by visiting our Jewellery Making Tutorials, Jewellery Making Kits and YouTube Channel. Don't forget to follow us on social media and tag us in your designs on Instagram & Facebook, we would love to see!